With London being home to millions of people, it's no surprise that it is full of traders and markets, selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to art, antiques and clothes.
Stall holders tend to vary from day to day, so it's worth popping back a couple of times to make sure you get to see everything each market has to offer.
You'll find markets dotted all over the capital, and very easy to access. Just down the road from London Bridge station you'll find Borough Market. It is open all day from Wednesday to Saturday each week with traders selling fish, cheese, juice, wine, fruit and vegetables, meat and eggs amongst other delicious products.
Brixton in South London hosts a market with a slightly different outlook on things, whereas Borough hosts traders from all around the London area and beyond, Brixton market hosts exclusively local traders, so when you buy from Brixton Market, you know your money is being put straight into the local area.
Follow the Map link below to see all markets on an easy to use map of London. Do check their web site before you visit as you may find that they are having a special event or exhibition. You can find a link to their web site on our detailed information page.